Kinzinger: We Have to Take What Cohen Says with a Grain of Salt

‘Really, this case comes down to whether the president knew what was being done or not’

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KINZINGER: “I don’t think you could take a lot of what Cohen says — we gave to take some of it with a grain of salt. I mean, really, this case comes down to whether the president knew what was being done or not, and then whether he knew that that was a violation potentially of any kind of campaign law. Because again, Michael Cohen may have just said -- the president says, 'Hey, just handle something,' assuming your lawyer is going to do it legally then that's done.”

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